I am working with a Council who are struggling to roll out the agent desk top solution using SCCM. Are there other organisations who have done this who would be wiling to share their experiences?
HI Esther, what issue are you having when trying to roll out the Agent Desktop Application? We have some information in the Documents portal here: https://docs.netcall.com/docs/liberty-converse/5.9/technical-information/agent-desktop-app
Alternatively, the MSI can be rolled out centrally via a user logon script. When deploying the MSI installer, you can specify where to install it on the command line. For example:
msiexec /I “Netcall ContactCentre Web Agent.msi” INSTALLDIR=c:\agent
If you do not specify the target directory, the application will be installed to the default location. There should be no reason to change the default location of Web Agent. If you do change this location then you must ensure that the user logs into Windows with an account that has permissions to write to this folder. Otherwise, Web Agent will not save its user settings or update itself.
It is not possible to configure the server name during installation directly though the MSI. If configuration of the server name is required, then it is possible to copy a version of the settings file in to the application’s installation folder. The contents of the file look like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>; <userSettings> <setting name="serverName">libertyserver</setting> </userSettings>
Agent Desktop stores its server name configuration in a file, WebAgent.settings , that lives in the same folder as the application itself. If not found, the user will need to manually enter the server name before they can proceed.
To remotely change the server name, update WebAgent.settings file in the installation folder.
If updating the server name via a login script, bear in mind that user preferences are also stored in this settings file and may be overwritten.
The current installed version can be checked by selecting settings from the menu in the top left corner
The version is displayed, as seen below
Let us know if you need any further assistance.